Pictogram Punches

DSC02032Happy Saturday everyone!  Well we just ended Week 2 of Create with Connie and Mary Summer Collection 14 and since it is Saturday the design participates in a public challenge (and everyone is welcome to join!).

For my Week 2 project (you have to be subscriber to see it), I used this set and the French Fry Die so I thought it would be cool to use set and the Hamburger Die for my Saturday Challenge!  This Week is a color challenge:  Baked Brown Sugar, Hello Honey, and Coastal Cabana.  I think this is just SOOO cute!

DSC02030This shows what the top of the Hamburger Box looks like.  The stars are all attached to just the belly band so when you slide that off, the stars go with it.  The stars were done using the Stars Framelits (oooooo…I’m SOOOO happy we have those now!) and the tag is on the Hamburger Box Die.  The diagonal striped paper is 1″ x 12″ and from the Lullaby dsp paper pack.  Let’s see “you’re a STAR” is stamped with Coastal Cabana and the star is Hello Honey, punched out and added with a glue dot.  The ribbon is attached using a Mini Brad.  Finally I added some Basic Rhinestones  on the stars to finish it off!

SummerBadgeWe have just finished week 2 of Create with Connie and Mary Summer Edition 2104!  This collection features products from the NEW CATALOG…you don’t want to miss it!  If you are looking for some great ideas for the items in the NEW CATALOG, then this collection is for you!

It’s NOT too late to join!  When you do you will see all the projects shared so far and then get to see the daily releases!  More details on Create with Connie and Mary!

Set(s): Pictogram Punches
Paper: Whisper White, Baked Brown Sugar, Hello Honey, Coastal Cabana, Lullaby dsp
Ink: Coastal Cabana, Hello Honey
Other: Hamburger Die, Itty Bitty Accessory Punch Pack, Stars Framelits, Hello Honey Stitched Satin Ribbon, Mini Brads, Basic Rhinesones, Dimensionals

Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!

SummerMarySiggie

3 responses to “Pictogram Punches

  1. What a great way to decorate the hamburger box! Love those stars!!

  2. I just LOVE your stars!! What a great way to use those framelits!

  3. I absolutely LOVE the stars! I was going to hold out on the stars for awhile, but I am re-thinking that!

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